Celebrating 25 Years of Exceptional Non-Fiction Story Telling
For 25 years, The Documentary Center at The George Washington University has been committed to teaching documentary film production and to creating non-fiction films for domestic and international audiences. Inaugurated in 1990, The Documentary Center has been ranked one of the top ten schools for documentary filmmaking and is one of the few educational centers in the nation that focuses exclusively on non-fiction film. The Documentary Center is a chartered center housed within the Center for Innovative Media in the School of Media and Public Affairs at GWU.
Documentary Center Director and Founder, Nina Gilden Seavey will be hosting a webinar on October 4th at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the 2017 Institute for Documentary Filmmaking—register for the webinar and join the conversation here.
The Goals of the Center are to:
- TEACH documentary filmmaking principles, methods, and techniques;
- PRODUCE high quality documentary films for national and international audiences;
- HOST symposia, seminars, and screenings that foster a dialogue about the present and future of documentary film;
- ENCOURAGE the production of documentary films by emerging filmmakers across the globe;
- CONSULT with independent filmmakers, traditional broadcast entities, and emerging media outlets on the development, production, and distribution of documentary films; and
- FORGE a community of new and established documentary filmmakers at home and abroad.
Doc Center Professor Named Top 50 in U.S.
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